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Become A Coffee Expert

How To Grind, Brew And Serve The Perfect Cup Of Coffee


The Expert Academy Ltd

Summary

Price
£29.99 inc VAT
Study method
Online, On Demand What's this?
Duration
1.8 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Do you enjoy coffee? Do you want to stop wasting your time making bad coffee? Even wondered how to make the perfect Espresso, Cappuccino, Latte or Flat White? Do you know how grinding works and what different grinding grades are? Or how to brew using the Syphon, Aeropress, Chemex & V60 methods?

With this comprehensive online course, just give us two hours and we will turn you into a fully-fledged Coffee Expert.

All with a 30 day 'no questions asked' money back guarantee if you don't like the course. Even if you've already finished it! So what do you have to lose? You can even preview some of the lectures for free down below to see what you're about to enjoy - please do give them a try!

Curriculum

7
sections
32
lectures
1h 50m
total
    • 1: Promo Trailer Preview 02:37
    • 2: Introduction from Richard 00:38
    • 3: What Will You Learn On This Course 02:37
    • 4: How To Get The Most From This Course 00:57
    • 5: Conclusion - Activities 00:41
    • 6: Introduction 00:16
    • 7: History of Coffee 02:25
    • 8: Coffee Stories 01:25
    • 9: Coffee as a Commodity 02:22
    • 10: Activities 01:20
    • 11: Introduction & Welcome Henry 03:12
    • 12: What Beans are We Using Today 05:48
    • 13: Introduction - Types of Grind 03:58
    • 14: Methods of Grinding 06:04
    • 15: 6. Grinding - Activities 01:37
    • 16: Introduction - Brewing 00:20
    • 17: Syphon Method 13:44
    • 18: Aeropress Method 09:33
    • 19: Chemex Method 11:56
    • 20: V60 Method 09:43
    • 21: Activities 01:26
    • 22: Conclusion 00:47
    • 23: Introduction - Espresso 00:48
    • 24: Correct Method - Tips & Tricks 05:59
    • 25: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly 02:09
    • 26: Americano 00:59
    • 27: Flat White 01:17
    • 28: Latte 01:17
    • 29: Cappuccino 01:41
    • 30: Modern Twist on Cappuccino 01:06
    • 31: Activities 02:58
    • 32: Conclusion 08:08

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Description

From the Coffee House in the heart of London's Coffee Culture, this is the complete coffee course from bean to cup and beyond taught by two coffee experts and former Judges of the UK Barista Championship!

Would you like to learn more about coffee? Understand its origins, understand roasting & grinding? Would you like to find out how to make a better cup of coffee? Do you want to stop drinking bad coffee? If so, this is the course for you.

In this 30 lecture course Richard Hardwick, founder of Bespoke Beverages and HALO Coffee - With the help of one of London's top Barista trainers, Henry Ayers of the already legendary Gentlemen Baristas, will give you all you need to be a coffee expert in a series of in depth, up close videos filmed in the historic Coffee House

We will cover origins, beans, how beans are ground and why different grinds taste different.

We then move on to brewing and the different techniques employed. Richard covers the Syphon method, Aeropress method, Chemex method & V60 method, and then demonstrates the equipment needed to employ them.

He then moves to the world of Espresso, showing how to spot good and bad espresso, how to make Americanos, a good Flat White, Lattes and Cappuccinos. And he even shows how to put a modern twist on the Cappuccino.

Richard also gives you tips and tricks and helps you avoid common mistakes. So what are you waiting for?

Come join Richard and Henry become a coffee expert in the most comprehensive online coffee course ever created - and no special knowledge is required before starting the course - anyone can join in!

What am I going to learn on this course?

  • How to talk more knowledgeably about coffee & make a better cup of coffee
  • Understand and be able to use new techniques for making coffee
  • Understand how different grades of grind work and why they taste different
  • Learn how to brew with the Chemex, Aeropress, Syphon or V60 methods*
  • Learn how to make the perfect Espresso, Americanos, Flat White, Lattes & Cappuccinos

* If you wish to try the Syphon, Aeropress, Chemex and V60 methods of brewing you may require extra equipment!

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